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Journal of IMAB - Annual Proceeding (Scientific Papers)
Publisher: Peytchinski Publishing
ISSN: 1312-773X (Online)
Issue: 2018, vol. 24, issue3
Subject Area: Dental Medicine
DOI: 10.5272/jimab.2018243.2109
Published online: 19 August 2018

Original article

J of IMAB. 2018 Jul-Sep;24(3):2109-2112
Milena GeorgievaORCID logo Corresponding Autoremail,
Department of Paediatric Dentistry, Faculty of Dental Medicine, Medical University of Sofia, Bulgaria.

The aim of this study is diagnostics of risky parental behaviour for negative behaviour forming of children in dental practice.
Methods and materials: Diagnostics of risky parental behaviour was determined in 100 children and their children, who signature inform consent. There are two questionnaires for parents and children. The parental test is eight questions determined elements of parental style which correlate mostly with childish negative behaviour in dental office. Children’s test consists of seven questions based on proved elements of upbringing forming negative behavior. It was established that the highest the score is the biggest risk will occur. We find out that 45,35% of parent give evidence for attendance of high risk and 63,45% of children are risky for negative behaviour. Conclusion: Correct diagnostics will lead to correct modelling of parental style which facilitates dental treatment.  This determines the importance of an early diagnostics of various forms of risky parental behaviour.

Keywords: parent- child interaction, rearing style, negative behaviour,

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Please cite this article as: Georgieva M. Diagnostics of risky parental rearing style in dental practice. J of IMAB. 2018 Jul-Sep;24(3):2109-2112. DOI: 10.5272/jimab.2018243.2109

Corresponding AutorCorrespondence to: Milena Georgieva, Department of Pediatric Dentistry, Faculty of Dental Medicine, Medical University of Sofia; 1, Georgi Sofiiski str., Sofia, Bulgaria; E-mail: mmeni@abv.bg,

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Received: 16 May 2018
Published online: 19 August 2018

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